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EXIM Remote code Execution

Exim versions 4.80 (Base, .1), 4.82 (Base), 4.83 (Base), 4.84 (Base), 4.85 (Base), 4.86 (Base), 4.87 (Base), 4.88 (Base), 4.89 (Base) y 4.90 (Base)


A high severity vulnerability has been published that could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on affected systems.



By sending a specially crafted message, an attacker could cause a buffer overflow that results in the execution of arbitrary code on the affected system. The CVE-2018-6789 identifier has been reserved for this vulnerability.


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